Medexter Healthcare develops and markets knowledge-based systems for clinical decision support. The aim of these high-tech software solutions is to promote quality assurance and patient safety in diagnosis, therapy, prognosis, and patient management.
Given the growing complexity of medical data and processes, these systems have become indispensable. They save the effort of performing repetitive and laborious work steps, thus allowing physicians and medical personnel to devote more time and attention to patient care. The purposes of our innovative software solutions are three-fold:
- to safeguard medical quality and improve patient care,
- to allow comprehensive quality management that takes into account medical workflows and administrative conditions, and
- to achieve efficient and cost-effective utilization of the available resources.
Invited Lecture on Critical and Adverse Events, Berlin (December 2, 2014)—CEO and Scientific Head Prof. Dr. Klaus-Peter Adlassnig was invited by Digital Health – Innovationstage Gesundheit in Berlin/Germany to hold a lecture on the monitoring of critical and adverse events.
Presentation at Nordic Mobile Healthcare Technology Congress, Copenhagen (November 26, 2014)—CEO and Scientific Head Prof. Dr. Klaus-Peter Adlassnig held a lecture on "Patient-Oriented Continuous Monitoring of Critical and Adverse Events" at the Nordic Mobile Healthcare Technology Congress in Copenhagen/Denmark.
Klaus-Peter Adlassnig elected Fellow of the American College of Medical Informatics (FACMI) (November 16, 2014)—Medexter's CEO and Scientific Head Prof. Dr. Klaus-Peter Adlassnig was recognized for his accomplishments in the field of medical informatics by being elected Fellow of the American College of Medical Informatics (ACMI), Bethesda, MD, and is now eligible to use the designation FACMI. ACMI is an honorary College of elected Medical Informatics Fellows from the United States and abroad who have made significant and sustained contributions to the field of medical informatics and who have met rigorous scholarly scrutiny by their peers. The College originated in 1984 when five pioneers decided to establish an honorific society to recognize expertise in biomedical informatics. Today, there are nearly 300 Fellows, with 10–20 new Fellows elected each year when Voting Fellows of the College judge nominees during a formal election process. On November 16, 2014, the new Fellows were inducted into ACMI at ceremonies during the AMIA 2014 Annual Symposium in Washington, D.C.. The American College of Medical Informatics' Incantation was read to the inductees: "It has been said that the sweetest reward of a life of professional achievement is recognition by one's peers. Each of the persons recognized this evening has, by their sustained achievements, won the respect and admiration of their peers. Each of you, through your creativity, academic rigor, and perseverance, has brought recognition and honor to the discipline of Medical Informatics. Tonight, and from this point forward in time, that recognition and that honor, in some small measure, are returned to each of you. May this celebration of your achievements inspire you to yet greater contributions to Medical Informatics, for the betterment of all humanity."